10 TONS SCIENTIFIC

Since childhood, we have been dreaming about dinosaurs, placoderms, trilobites and all the other strange creatures that ruled the world before us. Today we are working with a huge network of great paleontologists around the world. With their help, we are able to reconstruct these strange deep time creatures.

 

But even today there are strange beings out there. Just about three quarters of Planet Earth is water - home to some of the strangest and most beautiful creatures on Earth. Microscopic organisms, invertebrates, sharks and whales do not easily preserve and are hard to stuff - so to show these wonders, model making is the solution. With help from our network of leading scientists, the newest digital technologies, ancient sculpting and casting techniques, we are able to celebrate the huge variety of life on Earth in our sculptures - whether it is a huge plankton model, a small whale or a prehistoric giant. 

Marella splendens feathered dinosaur Ferganasaurus Megalosaurus Huayangosaurus model Panderichthys rhombolepis Pseudoliparis amblystomopsis Scotoplanes globosa Grimpoteuthis umbellata Mola Mola Latimeria chalumnae Dafnie pulex Kiisortoqia Eurypharynx pelecanoides Hallucigenia sparsa Ottoia prolifica, (1:1) 8 cm. Pikaia gracilens Protobalanus spinicoronatus Argyropelecus hemigymnus Chauliodus sloani Aurelia Aurita Cyanea Capillata Carcinus Maenas Megalopa Brachionus plicatilis Cocolit Halkieria evangelista Kerygmachela Kirkegaardi Pambdelurion Cancer pagurus Balaenoptera acutorostrata Xiphactinus choking in a Gillicus Hippolytus
Asellus aquaticus Sinosauropteryx, feathered dinosaur Eupolymnia nebulosa Acanthostega gunnari coral polyp Macropinna microstoma Clione limacina Hydrobia ulvae 50 cm. Kalloprion kilmisteri Victoria cruziana phytosaur Stenella longirostris, 2 m. Made for Staatsliches Museum für Naturkunde, Karlsruhe, Germany Chironomus Eurypterus lacustris Dinomischus isolatus Nectocaris Moythomasia Malacosteus Niger Thaumatichthys benghami Pleurobrachia pileus Bosmina Coregoni Chaetoceros decipiens Clione Limacina Saduria entomon Plumulites bengtsoni Schistosoma Exo Biotic Dunkleosteus Cetorhinus maximus Tusoteuthis caught by Mosasaur mosasaurus fossil Plankton
Varroa destructor Agnostus pisiformis Hurdia victoria Veigaia cerva & Orchesella cinta Periphylla periphylla Corophium volutator Kingnites diamondi, Rock fossils on tour Carcharodon carcharias Osteolepis Caulophryne pelagica Himantolophidae groenlandica Paradoxides gracilis Gogia spiralis Wiwaxia corrugata Cladocyclus gardneri Diaphus rafinesqui Regalecus glesne Physophora hydrostatica jellyfish fossil Meduas Cyclops Carcinus Maenas Zoea Ceratium Tripos Laggania Tapeworm Dosidicus gigas Thoracosaurus Mosasaurus with baby Cretoxyrhina eating a Mosasaur